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Retired FDNY firefighter from New York faces charges in U.S Capitol riot
"Year old F I. T student Nicholas Moncada of Staten Island and retired F. D N Y Firefighter Thomas FIA Freeport have been charged with participating in the January 6th riot at the Capitol. U S Attorney's office for the Eastern District of New York, says Moncada posted a photo of himself on Instagram standing outside Speaker Pelosi's office during the riot. He's now in custody. He fought fires for the city for 22 years before retiring October, according to NBC four and he allegedly sent photo evidence of himself inside the Capitol. We'll close contact who works within a branch of the state government.
Former NYC firefighter Thomas Fee facing arrest in Capitol riot
"Of people involved in the January 6th assault on the Capitol building, including the arrest of a Staten Island man. And Thomas Phoebe, retired 22 year veteran of the F D. N Y federal agents took Nicholas Moncada and to custody at his home on Staten Island. Reportedly, he posted a photo on social media of himself inside the building, not far from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is office. Meanwhile, reports have it that Thomas fee of Freeport on Long Island was arrested after his girlfriend posted on Facebook concerning his involvement and Contacted by text message he allegedly admitted as much to a federal agent James
The Most Important Chart for the Markets
"We start off tonight with the most important charter in the market. Because of course we would according to one of our traders check out the yield curve spread between ten and two year treasuries at its highest level since february twenty eighteen. So our rates off to the racist. Could this rate shock crush this record rally karen. You flag this yeah. I don't know it will crush this record rally. We don't want rates to skyrocket to quickly. I mean this is a big move but still you know. The absolute is seventy eight basis points but it is sort of telling us that the expectation is that the economy. Oh heat up and we've seen that. The resources traded that tim talks about. We've seen in energy. We're seeing it in the banks Even though they don't really aren't giant to ten spread they do trade that way. So it's indicative of the expectation of a heating economy. Maybe also more stimulus. So that's sort of how position but i also have a big inflation bet on because i do think there is a chance that inflation gets away from the fed and i don't know what they would do in the shorter to medium term the timeframe though tim i mean it's got to be a goldilocks right. Just enough inflation. Not too much inflation. It's gotta be just right. Yeah i mean it definitely not too hot not too cold and you have a case where normalized rates coming out of this and whatever that means also but where we were coming into kobe remember. We're somewhere between one. Forty one seventy five and the ten year so pointed out what the trades that have been beneficiaries or have had the extra boost that comes from this and the resources trade. I mean look coppers three fifty. We haven't been three fifty since march of two thousand and thirteen and some of the trades that look like it's back to the future in the resource look at steel companies. And i'm not just talking about us. Steel look at mattel which arguably the biggest deal company in the world or posco. These you know mt. pk ex. Those are names. you can track over here freeport. We talk about all the time. So i think you have a case where the assessment of all of this to me is more about normalizing. It's not that we're in great shape. And in fact i think we're in a tough place for markets and even some of these trades when we've normalized but we aren't near normalization at this point then later on fiscal even if that's disappointing number Infrastructure to me is is going to continue to rally in these trades member again. you don't buy commodities when you're when they're cheap you buy them when they're running and when they're expensive and i think there's a lot left to do here.
"freeport" Discussed on BrainStuff
"Square feet of storage space. That's about three thousand three hundred square meters contains a wide assortment of paintings, sculptures and other objects ranging from ancient to modern. He said if you can call it art, it's in my warehouse. Deal a native of Austria is careful not to reveal too much detail about the facility, his clientele, which includes art collectors and upscale investors as well as galleries, artists and institutions are paying for safe discreet storage. That means a high degree of physical and cyber security as well as carefully monitored interior environment that strives to maintain a temperature of seventy degrees Fahrenheit or twenty, one Celsius with fifty percent relative humidity which scientists and art conservators have determined is ideal preserving artwork. Even the loading dock is heated and cooled with precision. The warehouse has what detail calls museum like conditions except even better he said when you have thousands of people walking into a museum, the climate becomes very unstable quickly especially on a rainy day you have spikes humidity and temperature in our environment. Obviously, we don't have any people just walking in. To the contrary when clients want to look their. Their ushered into a special lounge climate controlled viewing room there art which is tracked digitally with Barcodes and secure database is retrieved and displayed for them to see. Besides preservation Delaware freeport has other advantages for art investors and anyone else looking for temporary tax loophole. I'm like New York or California. Delaware has no sales tax and S- located in a federally designated foreign. Trade Zone so purchasers of, for example, Chinese antiquities or German lithographs don't have to pay the tariffs imposed by the trump administration. That is as long as artworks don't leave the Freeport. Delaware. Freeport is one of many such high security repositories scattered across the globe in far-flung locales from Switzerland to Singapore. Much of the world's valuable is not on display in museums or on the mansion walls of wealthy collectors. Instead, it's kept out of view in nondescript storage facilities located in these special trade zones or the owners of paintings and sculptures can avoid having to pay taxes and import duties, and if they wish shield themselves from unwanted attention as well. We spoke John Zarrella Bell, a former museum curators who's now a professor and chair of International Studies at the University of San Francisco. He said that in some ways quote, freeport's are the equivalent of the Swiss bank account. He explained that Freeport users are quote people who simply don't want others to know that they have these assets if they showed it off in their apartments, someone might say, isn't that a Picasso on the wall? How did you get fifty million dollars? The concept of Freeport's dates back to the eighteen hundreds when they were developed as a way to delay the expensive pain duties and taxes on stock piles of imported wares until the goods actually had a profitable use. Zero Bell said the idea was you have a good. You can't take to market right now for some reason, and so you store it in a place where it will hold its value, but you won't get taxed on it right now and so when they take it out of the Freeport gets taxed. In recent years though Freeport's have come to play an increasingly important role in the burgeoning business of buying selling an investing in high value works of art. One manager of art for wealthy collectors told NPR in two thousand, eighteen, her client stored three, hundred million dollars worth of art in various Freeport's across the world. The Geneva freeport reportedly contains more than a million artworks several times more than the collection of the Leuven. Paris. BBC Arts editor will gun parts has described the facility as quote, the greatest art collection. No, one can see. Its inventory has works by artists ranging from Leonardo Da Vinci a Greco, and renoir to Andy Warhol. But the Geneva facility has also been used to conduct trafficking in archaeological treasures including Venetian address, skin and Roman objects. Once, a Swiss prosecutor seized and Modigliani painting from Geneva. Report a painting that's been the subject of an ongoing legal dispute in the US involving an allegation that it was stolen by the Nazis from Jewish art dealer back in nineteen forty four. Swiss officials. Now, carefully scrutinize the art that goes in and out of the city. Freeport's across the world may contain many works of art that vanished from public view and whose whereabouts are publicly unknown. Zehra Bell said there are a lot of things that just disappear right and we don't know how many were destroyed in World War Two or might actually be sitting in a free port. At Delaware Freeport deedles says that there isn't any mystery about the inventory as far as the government is concerned, he said anything in my foreign trade zone is recorded by US Customs and added that officials will follow up as well. A quote they come into the warehouse and make sure those items are still there and haven't been removed. He said he's also careful about whom he does business with. Quote if there was somebody really shifty trying to come into my warehouse, I wouldn't let them in. We do due diligence on who our clients are. I know my clients, they're legit people. The demand for Freeport has been driven in part by the evolution of art into an alternative investment vehicle art can function as a hedge against factors that affect stock market investments. However. doodle says the art collectors and investors he knows all have a genuine passion for it. Quote at some point you run out of space on walls you need to store some of it. And to be fair storage and a Freeport protects artworks from fading in the sunlight that streams in a nearby window or being accidentally damaged by home inhabitants or guests. It's a guaranteed way to keep it safe. Of course that does mean that you don't have immediate access to that art to enjoy it, study it and learn from it and neither does anybody else. Today's episode was written by Patrick Jake Hyder and produced by tyler clang for more on this and lots of other topics that may or may not make you want to eat the rich visit how stuff works dot com green stuff is of I heart radio for more podcasts. 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Brain-eating amoeba may be in Houston-area tap water
"A brain eating amoeba is found in the water supply of the brasses sport Water Authority. Nine communities being told not to consume any tap water. Let's run through these nine. Lake Jackson, Freeport Angleton, Brazoria Richwood Oyster Creek Clue. Rosenberg Dow Chemical TDCJ Clemens and TDCJ Wayne Scott. Residents advise. Don't DRINK Don't Wash. Don't SHOWER Don't use tap water for anything except Flushing a toilet until further notice.
"freeport" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"In Freeport, approaching north of Long Beach Avenue. We have a crash here involving a truck still getting cleared up traffic in transit every 10 minutes on the ones and breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen. I'm Kelly Dylan on 10 10 wins news time ninth 82. Now the 10 10 wins AccuWeather 40 forecasters, Brian Thompson Let's get through the overnight hours. It will turn out partly cloudy and sticky, a low down to 71 Plenty of sunshine on Saturday. It will be very warm, inhuman high of 88 real field temperatures will reach the low nineties. Patchy clouds a warm night Saturday night Low 74 the heat and humidity will build into Sunday. Upton 90 Forest Sunshine mixes with some clouds. Real field temperatures Sunday afternoon near 100 very hot and humid on Monday with sunny to partly cloudy sky high, up to 96. And still up around 93 on Tuesday, there will be more clouds around still some son of times, but also threat for a heavy thunderstorm or two with those highs in the nineties, Immaculata meteorologist Brian Thompson on New York's weather station Penton wins Wins news time. 9 33 Onley. Wendy's two for five has all the chicken Ukraine choose from the crispy homestyle Chicken sandwich. Delicious, spicy Chicken sandwich classic Chris Feats in peace nuggets or the legendary spice eats in peace. But let's be real. You're gonna get 20 spicy nuts for five bucks. I mean, that's what I would do. Enjoy a really deal with the Windies two for five way got limited time only price of participation Mayberry of US Wendy's Carnival excludes made to crave. When it comes to giving your child a quality education from home experience matters online Learning might be new for your family, but Laurel Springs School has been doing this for nearly 30 years..
"freeport" Discussed on Con Artists
"The partnership with Freeport, McMoran proved to be the kiss of death for the bree scam. Within months the fraud was exposed. The fallout was catastrophic. And in one bizarre incident. deadly..
Chicago Weather: Severe Storms Across Area; Chicago Area Under Tornado Watch
"Arsenal the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center in northern Illinois southern Wisconsin and northwest Indiana also eastern Iowa all under tornado watches with a chance of more flooding and severe thunderstorms the tornado watch lasts until eight PM until Northern Illinois comes as parts of western Illinois south of Freeport are under a severe thunderstorm warning is a storm packing sixty mile an hour winds and golf ball sized hail moved northeast through white siding Carroll county's
"freeport" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Center okay six thirty five we're looking at Kapil heading west towards one twenty one right at the very north end of the airport well a little north of it but there's a stoppage on that ramp or looking for a stolen there it's certainly before you have merged in with one twenty one and you're you're pretty backed up on the westbound side from Freeport parkway if you're a little closer to the source there and you want to give us a shout two one four two one nine ten eighty seventy five some good news in north Dallas southbound accident enforced gone delays not quite we're still slow from six thirty five but I think will improve sooner than later yes speaking of six thirty five that's still strong backup heading to garland regularly it's strong it's on steroids in fact he's been sick thirty five is packed Ian from seventy five to just after playing a road accident Balkan express and left main lanes so I'll say again if you're behind that you're in the express lane now you might just go ahead and get out you're going to have to anyway on the westbound side just past Ferguson at Centerville there was an accident has been an accident blocking the express of life mainly as well but Jeff I've never really got to terrible it's slow as you're getting close take a look at three sixty not too bad Randy fuller well look outside at three sixty eight not bad really pockets of slow delays are running for Mayfield passed thirty two about brown Boulevard fort worth northbound thirty five W. it's about twenty five maybe thirty minutes from reading Crowley into downtown grapevine south on one twenty one you're gonna have some heavy traffic nothing get in your way though from cheeks Parker pass at your clear to one eighty three loop twelve even though we've got lighter traffic than normal in a lot of spots it's looking like a Friday on loop twelve you're still recovering from a problem at singleton so at least twenty five minutes from thirty five you down the I. thirty and finally Karan thirty five B. north there's an accident on the service road at state school hi Julie Rogers next report at five eighteen AM breaking traffic alerts when they have Carol the weather center is still soggy Friday out there still seeing some light drizzle around but for the most part the heaviest rain has now moved out of the metroplex in is north of us.
"freeport" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Helping people save more money than ever that story first let's check your traffic and weather together on the aids good morning joys for the morning since a good morning everyone still looking at this problem in north Dallas last check was bouncing thirty five text wrestling so close to president at an earlier accident a hazmat spelled just adding to that have your profit on those main lines back to the seventy five interchange farmers branch southbound thirty five the express pass valley view we had an accident working to clear out of that left lane added to slow traffic from just south of the bush turnpike grapevine cellphone one twenty one before the six thirty five interchange runaround bass pro get a stalled in the center lane so you're back to Freeport parkway looking at a problem on the thirty five W. in fort worth you've got John wolf yes south from thirty five W. in north side that acted within the two left lanes have traffic slow from northeast twenty eight no northeast for worth east bound one eighty three right around even Carter that acting still blocking the right lane it's got traffic on one eighty three slow back the U. lists main and it's heavy on traffic trying to get off north found three sixty and make that been there and you're gonna want to get out of that right lane as soon as you come onto east bound one eighty three north bound three sixty before Trinity Boulevard in accident still had traffic slow from thirty in single bill west on one thirty five avoid ridge road we had back in the left lane Beverly giving us a call that accident now clearing gone I'm Joyce mills are you next forty nine twenty eight a break in traffic alerts when they happen the forecast now for the law offices of Nick Nemeth fire chief meteorologist and rode off in with a little bit of rain in the forecast and get a little more rain and we've almost set scene four inches of rain in January that gives us mall surplus soared above normal amount of about two and two thirds inches about another thirty minutes on average it could be some isolated higher totals a with our next event that arrives late this evening western counties and comes through the area overnight tonight little batch of tomorrow afternoon in the evening and.
The Orphan Train
"Today the orphan train the little boys stepped off the orphan from train in Rockford Oregon hundred and five years ago. He had no luggage just the clothes he wore. He spoke only German. Someone had pinned a card art on his jacket. At said he was six years old. His name was Charles. Frederick before the day was over the boy would be loaded into a covered wagon with other children who've been the ship West from the crowd at New York City. Orphanages Frederick and his companions were headed for durant where they would be parceled out to farm families the Children Aldrin were part of a social experiment called placing out between eighteen. Fifty three nine thousand nine hundred twenty nine trainloads of destitute and homeless children ruinous many as two hundred fifty thousand in all were transported from New York City Boston and other cities on the eastern sea coast to cities and towns along along the burgeoning rail. Lines in America's Middle West and West eventually large missile West cities also established orphan trains in exchange for good homes. uh-huh children many of whom have been living on the streets and eating from garbage cans were offered to farmers housewives businessmen as indentured workers workers. Some children were lucky may went to families that adopted them and treated them with love for others. Like Charles. Frederick results were mixed. This Irish family took him my dad. Franklin Frederick Seventy seven says he was just someone to work on the farm although the place you now program operated in the United States for about seventy five years until recently it was little known part of history of American childhood. It wasn't a tone nineteen seventy eight. When orphan train a fictional account of first orphan train writers was published? The curiosity about the system began now. There's a national organization the station to help descendants of train writers find their roots nonfiction. Books have been written and organizations across the country like the Illinois genealogical society are gathering records about orphan train riders the orphan trains stopped included Rockford Freeport Rochelle Oregon in all ninety. Children were taken in by Oregon families. The babies would ride in train coaches. The older kids were just stuck in boxcars. They orphanage Operators couldn't afford to put them all coaches citizens and towns along. The rail lines learned that the orphan train was headed their way. When an orphan print agent posted handbills put notices in the local paper in the case of children from Catholic orphanages like Frederick and his companions priests in parishes along the way were notified in advance and asked to lineup homes? When the train arrived towns people wanting to child would come to examine them and make a choice? People would poke their arms luck their muscles they would pick out kids. They wanted if any were leftover. They would go back on the train and move onto the next stop. Many children fell through the cracks. Though they were mistreated malnourish overworked on the other hand. For at least half it was a good experience. They had opportunities opportunities they would not have had if they stayed where they were. They may not even have survived
"freeport" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Freeport street brake lights go back on from furnace brook parkway through the Braintree split and all the way to route twenty four David struck Pelino WBZ traffic on the three S. and Ellis check the accu weather forecast cloudy tonight with a low of forty eight degrees tomorrow sunny day on tap will see temperatures reaching forty nine degrees in the city Saturday night partly cloudy once again going down to thirty four then Sunday will see sun sun at times it'll become cloudy then high forty three but rain sleet and snow will arrive at night potential freezing rain could be a problem inland sea at low thirty seven Monday cloudy with a wintry mix then becoming rain a high of forty two degrees new year's eve that rain could linger on we'll see a high near forty and then new year's day on a sunny day highs in the lower forties right now in and around Boston we have fifty degrees in Arlington forty seven in Andover fifty three in Avon in Boston it's overcast with fifty one this is WBZ newsradio ten thirties with the news watch never stop good afternoon I'm sherry small in here the five things you need to know at four fifteen fire fighters spent most of the day battling a massive house fire that destroyed a multi million dollar mansion in Concord Suffolk County DA Rachel Rollins commits to more resources in the fight against mental illness is after a mother and her two children died in a Christmas day double murder suicide in Roxbury the state fire marshal issuing a warning to families and households with real Christmas trees there a fire hazard and should be.
"freeport" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Say they used excessive force and arresting Freeport man for outstanding warrants WCBS reporter so feel hall is for following this story and joins us a few of us arrest was caught on video and the man arrested was in court today that's correct his name is Akbar Rogers and on the video you could hear him screaming for help is he's being arrested by seven what appears to be white police officers Rogers is black the officers used a taser and one is seen hitting Rogers now Rogers was in court today like you said charged with assault and resisting arrest he wore a patch over his are you a large bandage around his head his arm was in a sling and he was limping after the court appearance he said he is proud about the support he has received but he says his family is still very distraught over what happens is a lot of talk about this video that's gone viral what is the Nassau County executive saying the executive and the Freeport mayor have called for an investigation into this matter now the DA's office in Nassau County has not commented but I do want to add that one of the officers is the Freeport mayor's son there was a rally today in support of Akhbar Rogers correct dozens of people rallied for an hour in the cold outside a church in free for one man says he hopes the officers are fired another woman says this happens too often and cameras are not rolling she says she herself was pepper sprayed while being arrested in her home and those who rally here in Freeport say everyone should be treated fairly and equally thanks for the update Sofia W. CBS reporter so feel hall local head coach gets the axe today will check sports next air.
How Trump’s Stock Market Record Stacks Up
"So allison was a anyone's going to move the market mark. It's gotta be the president of the United States right. I mean all that power and influence and has to count for something. You'd think so. So when looking at Google trends as you happen to see a massive spike in the interest in the terms of trump and stocks the week of November six through twelve two thousand sixteen ecksteen and it just so happened to bin we following trump getting elected and along with that you see a lot of articles like seven stocks for a trump presidency wherein the riders make assumptions about which socks are going to perform. Well with trump in. The White House took a few years in picks panning out. Let's take a fairly unscientific. Look shall we please do very short on time for planning for this week's episode so go easy on me everybody all right so ice scrounged up a three articles from back in the day and did some very rough back of the envelope math to see how well do these stock prognosticators do when trying trying to figure out what trump's presidency would mean for some companies and industries so let's start with six stocks to buy when Donald Trump is president from the street. So any guesses on what some of these stocks are going to be or do you just want me to. Do you want me to tell you the stocks and you can guess if they're upper down soon ooh they would be like financial services companies and oil companies. Because they're gonNa you know trump is going to remove all these environmental protections uh-huh and things like that Yup so the street. Now I pick was apple because of something called tax repatriation which I did not have time to research idea being that if you have a bunch of money outside of the US will let you bring it back into the US and at a lower tax rate. There's a lot of companies are starting their money overseas because they don't if they bring it back to the US they'd they'd have to pay taxes. Yes I don't know why that means that Apple's stock price would go up but they picked apple for that another one geo group which is private prisons. We laugh but it's actually very sad. It's funny because it hurts hurts so much yeah again. Exxon Mobil Oil Smith and Wesson gun manufacturers which later there became American outdoor brands HDA Holdings which manages hospitals this one because apparently trump had promised that To kind of overhaul the VA system and allowing veterans to go to any hospital not just a Va hospital and then this one is just so on the nose. It's just it's it's quite funny Semtex the a Mexico based construction company a Mexican company. and Oh because we're gonNA build the wall that's how Mexico's GonNa pay for it. They provide the concrete and said this company was going to benefit Actually they're not concrete walls. That's the thing though so a lot of these were based on at this point of course nothing but campaign promises right so it's really has anything. How do you know for sure that something's GonNa come through? Do you want me to tell you how how these stocks performed or do you want me to move onto the next one and then I can tell you however next one the next one. Hey you know what not to be outdone six stocks for trump. How about seven from the Motley fool? Yes that's right. Hotly full wrote an article seven top stocks to buy with trump. Does the president so along the same lines of apple and tax repatriation This analyst said by General Electric. Aw Sorry it's easy to look back now and laugh as could be the financial services manufacturing part of it. They said tax repatriation was I. I don't know why anyway as and worked out a cheesecake factory won't because individual tax cuts are going to result in people eating out more interesting interesting kinder- Morgan Energy Energy Infrastructure Bank of America. Because of like you said Deregulation General Dynamics Defense Cell gene the biotech company because of again deregulation Possible with like a pricing drugs. Isn't that kind of thing. Yeah and then is it right to say Freeport McMoran McMoran. It's the copper mining company But this one because of trump promising one trillion dollars in infrastructure investment. All right last one. I looked at Kiplinger's best stocks for a Donald Trump Presidency Z.. Their first stock pick there was coach bags which later became tapestry The the idea here was consumer spending from tax cuts and a crackdown on counterfeit pitch Chinese goods. Exxon Mobil Energy the GEO group again for private prisons lazy boy because some people sit around and watch Fox News because trump said as one of his campaign promises that he was going to bring manufacturing back to the US and lazy boy already manufactures actress most of their stuff in the US so merck again because Healthcare Company the Drug Company because Trump would not regulate drug prices Susan Theory Smith and Wesson again for guns and then Vulcan materials the largest US producer of construction aggregates such as gravel and crushed stone so again an infrastructure picture brethren right so now. There's a lot of numbers that I could just shouting at you. But going with the street on average How'd you bought these stocks? The average return here is about twenty seven percent but that was because apple was the one that did really well Without apple all the returns would be a lot less ATA Holdings the hospital. The company that manages hospitals also did well with about ninety. Three percent. Return the Motley Defoe and looking at their pigs. Well as you know there is a couple stinkers here for digitally. Ge has done so well cheesecake factory is not done so well. Bank of America is up very twelve hundred forty six percent General Dynamics defense regulator up about thirty seven percent. If you'd gone with the Motley Fool's picks the average return was about forty percent not bad. Remember Kiplinger's again. They were coach. Exxon Mobil Geo Group. Lazy Boy The big winner here was lazy. Boy Really seventy one percent returns followed by Merck which is about sixty percent and vulcan materials about fifty percent so compare that to the SNP which is out over fifty percent since then so that makes a lot of these stop picks look even more. This is super back of the envelope. And so there's these articles did not all come out the day the same day they didn't anyway Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. But Anyway the point is is that I have a broader counterpoint. What's your broader playwright or point is honestly this is just a reminder that no one can predict what is going to happen in the economy especially based on campaign promises? If you remember with Obama Dama he was going to make all the solar and wind stocks. Just shoot through the roof and sure enough. They did do quite well for a little while. That's right and so and so in the same way the people thought with trump well coal stocks are gonNA energy that oil does all this all this is just. It's just going to go through the roof right so I'm just saying that. Republicans equals guns for Babies and Democrats. Means solar panels for senior citizens is an over-simplification that ignores all the aspects that really matter when you're investing investing in a company like do they have good management. Do they allocate capital wisely. Do they have pricing power et Cetera et CETERA. And while you're certainly free to speculate how how anyone president may move the markets and move stocks. It's more fulfilling to invest in the world. You want to live in in not the one you think you're going to get just because of whoever ever is in power right now and that bro is what's up.
Torrential Imelda rains flood homes, snarl travel around Houston
"The law enforcement reporting and major road flooding then flooding in several homes in Beaumont Texas just the last couple of hours Beaumont picked up nearly two inches of rain in like one hour Wednesday night south Houston was under a flash flood warning Wednesday evening the heaviest rains of now push east of the city. so that has been lifted right there in the Houston metro direct. as of Wednesday night. Imelda which did become a short lived tropical storm Tuesday before making landfall. it has brought over twenty two inches of rain near the St Bernard wildlife of reserve seventeen inches of rain reported in Freeport and a sergeant Texas yeah they're now saying some locales may actually exceed twenty four inches of rain yeah by the time we get through Friday. it's not gonna bring the historic flooding like we saw with hurricane Harvey back in twenty seventeen but officials urge residents take heed of Imelda's torrential
UK Parliament prorogation to go ahead.
"Coming up on the news you K- parliament's suspension to go ahead Hurricane Dorian survivors not welcome in the United States and nearly all British Airways flights canceled as pilots go on strike. It's Monday September nine. I'm Anthony Davis the five week suspension of parliament. We'll begin later after. MP's expected to again reject government calls for a snap election opposition. MP's confirms they would not back the push for for an October fifteen Paul insisting law blocking and no deal brexit must be implemented. First ministers have called the law lousy and said they would test attest to the limit what it required them. Boris Johnson has been warned he could face legal action for flouting it. Common Speaker John Berko says is he will stand down at the next election or on October thirty first whichever comes first speaking in parliament Mr Berko said his ten year tenure was nearing its end and it had been the greatest honor and privilege to serve if there was no early election he said thirty first of October would be the least disruptive and most democratic date his faced fierce criticism from Brexit is who have questioned his impartiality on the issue of Europe and claim he has facilitated title efforts by MP's opposed to a no deal exit to take control of Commons business. Mr warned that if the appointment of his own successor was left until after the next election newly elected MP's might find themselves being unduly influenced by Ponti whips in their choice of figure it will mean a balance. Let's he's held when all members have some knowledge of the candidates. This is far preferable to a contest at the start of parliament where new MP's will not be similarly informed he you told the Commons in an emotional speech he said he had been proud to stand up for the interests of MP's and to act as the back benches backstop hundreds of hurricane Dorian survives crowded into a ferry anchored in Freeport Bahamas on Sunday evening after days on the sweltering islands with limited food water and power just two and a half hours across the ocean a safety and relief waited in Fort Lauderdale Florida then an announcement blared from the boats into com- speakers please all passengers is that don't have a US visa. Please proceed to disembark a crew member said in a video captured on board since Dorian devastated the island's earlier earlier this month hundreds of Bahamian refugees have reportedly come to the United States after going through a screening process with only a passport and proof of no criminal record the more than one hundred refugees forced to disembark Sunday night were baffled about why they were turned away at the last minute like this. It's kind of disappointing Reynard Oliver who held his infant daughter said it's hurtful because I'm watching my daughter cry but it is what it is on Saturday. Nearly fifteen hundred refugees traveled to the United States on another cruise ship reportedly without requiring visas. The refugees plight comes off the bipartisan partisan calls to waive all visa requirements for Bahamas survivors on Wednesday Senators Marco Rubio and Senator Rick Scott of Florida wrote an open letter to Donald trump urging him to allow in refugees with relatives in the United States eighteen other. Florida lawmakers made a similar appeal. He'll British. Airways was forced to cancel virtually all flights for Monday in Tuesday. After its pilots went on strike for the first time in the airline's history the strike was called by the British Airlines Pilot Association amid eight a heated dispute over pay with the airline that shows no signs of abating Palpa is planning another strike for September twenty seventh and said today that further strike dates may be announced nearly two hundred thousand passengers would do to travel today and tomorrow pilots are unhappy with as offer of an eleven point five percent salary increase over three years. They want a greater share of the airline's burgeoning prophets be posted operating profit of nearly two billion. Leeann pounds for two thousand eighteen an eleven point six percent increase over the previous year the average salary for be a captain is one hundred sixty seven thousand pounds sounds plus flying allowances. The offer of eleven point five percent would take the average salary to two hundred and two thousand pounds with another strike planned buffet said it would contact passes traveling on that date if their flights were likely to be impacted you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review on I iteens and follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news is an independent production covering politics wchs inequality health and climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.
"freeport" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Freeport and came back to her uprooted home to salvage what she could. nothing I could say really. not the same the storm is now bringing tropical storm force winds to parts of Massachusetts and Maine it damaged homes on the Outer Banks in North Carolina hi counties Donnie shoe made on the rising surf a lot of people got panicked weren't sure when it was gonna stop how high it was going to get it did level loss after a few hours Ron says it's increasing its ability to enrich uranium in violation of the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal defense secretary mark asper spoke in Paris I'm not surprised that Iran has announced that it's going to violate the J. CPO a they have been violating it they had violated the nuclear nonproliferation treaty for many years so it's no surprise that the ad arranger going to pursue with the reins of always intended to pursue the national transportation safety board is continuing its investigation into the scuba dive boat fire that killed thirty four people on Labor Day off the coast of southern California KCBS TV reporter Jeff when the NTSB says that a preliminary reports will be out for another two to five days the LA times reports the probe is looking into serious safety violations among the investigators concerns the lack of a roaming at night watchman who would wake up the passengers in an emergency federal investigators who have spoken to surviving crew members are reportedly concerned about whether they've had adequate training the CDC is urging people to consider not using E. cigarette products as it investigates why some users are developing serious breeding Ellis says health officials have identified four hundred and fifty possible cases and thirty three states and five deaths the industry is pushing back CBS's Djamel Pook Emeric invading association said that the CDC was creating anti beeping hysteria and that adult smokers should not be scared off from using store bought nicotine vaping products to quit smoking now late today jul added that they appreciated the work of the CDC are confident they will get to the bottom of this this is CBS news. did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app..
More than 76,000 in hurricane-hit Bahamas may need food, aid
"Hurricane dorian continues to drench. The east coast near the carolinas foreign aid is starting to come to the battered bahamas hamas u._s._a. I._d. Teams from los angeles and fairfax virginia have been joined by a british naval vessel but whole neighborhoods have been wiped out and we're hearing today from c._n._n.'s lands patrick ofman on the island of grand bahama that the airport is trashed. He hasn't seen any ships. He is and more important. He said residents are running out of food and water major clarence ingram with the international salvation army. He joins us by skype from nassau in the bahamas where he's based and where a relief operation to other islands ends is being staged major ingram patrick was lows to compare grand bahama to avocado which is also in crisis but he was worried the grand bahama may be overlooked lucked well. We are focusing right now. On grand bahama we have just been speaking on a conference calls <hes> making arrangements to get the hundred hundred and fifty thousand pounds of supplies in asap <hes> we have food dude and other essentials amassed at our warehouse in florida and we're just in the process nell of arranging for or <hes> air transportation so that we can bring it into grand bahama and freeport. We understand that the airport in freeport while the terminal is a disaster. Shall we say that the runway has been cleared so we are working now to a range of flights who get things in there as as soon as we can. Oh well that's so good here and by the way to reminder to people wear your change thrown into the salvation army bucket goes in part and also the the other things that you're going to have to deal with when you're people go there. This water is filled with sewage saltwater. We were you know hearing these are you. It's these are sea level islands and the surge practically covered most of them so i'm assuming the drinking water has in many places been tainted with saltwater water and medical care. Tell some more disease you're thinking about. We know that the drinking water has been
Death toll in Bahamas from Hurricane Dorian rises to 20
"Death and devastation lift lawsuit I'm Barbara who sat after Dorian's devastating blow in the Bahamas one resident on the Abaco island said it looks like a bomb hit multiple reports now say the death toll has risen to at least twenty in the Bahamas due to the hurricane correspondent had a goblin says with the grand Bahama airport in Freeport destroyed the logistics of helping people in need becomes all the more difficult. and on many people were injured they need to be ready a light now because of the medivac block plane I don't hold out there and then we need water food everything quality and mostly contained in or out of the airport he is all ruined some three million people from Florida to Georgia and the Carolinas been warned to
Death toll climbs in Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian
"Hurricane Dorian gets blamed for at least ten deaths to in Florida one in North Carolina and the rest in the Bahamas wind and rain continue. that's how it sounds in Freeport officials blame at least seven deaths there amid the widespread destruction the storm left rescues continue with help from a Coast Guard crew from
Dorian begins slow trek nudging U.S. coastline
"Hurricane Dorian spent a day and a half battering the Bahamas but it could take months or more to recover from the destruction the Abaco islands for much of the brunt as Dorian sheer force and slow pace decimated homes and communities in Freeport neighbors use jet skis and boats to rescue people stranded by flooding and heavy rain our. journalists there turn the camera on himself as he and his family waited three chest deep flood waters more than two million residents in Florida Georgia and north and South Carolina have been warned to
'Total devastation': Hurricane slams parts of the Bahamas
"Will thank heavens hurricane Dorian is finally moving off the Bahamas it just sat there moving like a mile an hour over the whole Bahamas and they got hit really bad there was a life threatening storm surge of up to fifteen feet expected on grand Bahama island and Floridians were freaking out I have family in you know fort Lauderdale and clear water in you know not knowing if the hurricane was going to start moving towards Florida move out to sea I will I am blown away at how they could predict hurricane movement and they predicted that after the bombers it was going to make a right turn I mean it made a beeline it was going to do west I mean street west and then. it's stalled and rather than moving towards Florida is designed to make a right turn and now it is moving up the coast. but still gave huge punches to the Bahamas there's a door is when the tent city has backed off now it's down to a category two I thought I saw just recently was a three still but I think they just downgraded to a two. but now we're worried about the Florida Atlantic coast parts Georgia the Carolinas and even southeast Virginia. and so right now it's still near grand Bahama island the eye wall is pummel the island since Sunday night destructive winds catastrophic storm surge some of the pictures are coming in the Bahamas it is devastated just devastated. it basically had the bombs for over forty eight hours started the apple goes island Sunday morning. settlement point had sustained winds of sixty one miles an hour gusting up to eighty two miles per hour. and right now I believe the speed is down to about a hundred twenty miles per hour of the actual hurricane. and now Florida coast is scenes of destructive damage because of I mean it's about eighty miles from the coast and so you know the waves are huge. beach erosion has already Curtis flats at Flagler beach. National Weather Service weather channel meteorologist Jim Cantore document a damaged homes on Hutchinson island why because of pounding surf squall from out of perfume Dorian continue to wrap into parts of the Florida peninsula. because one visit force winds there now miles an hour arrived at Juno beach Florida. that's going to continue with gusts over sixty miles per hour to Tuesday outer rain bands are also still you know flooding the area and we could possibly have tornadoes along the coast so we have hurricane warnings right now in effect in Florida from Jupiter inlet to punch Verde beach including Mel born in Daytona beach Florida the warning is now but extended to South Carolina from north of at least beach to south Santee river in a hurricane warning still remains in effect for grand Bahama the abacus islands northwestern Bahamas include Freeport and grand Bahama. so hurricane warnings meaning that hurricane force winds remember category one is seventy four miles an hour so hurricane warnings mean that those winds are either already Corinne or expected somewhere within the warning area and that's going to be within a thirty six hour time frame. so a storm surge warning has been issued from land Tampa Florida to south Santee river South Carolina and that includes Daytona beach Jacksonville beach St Simons Tybee island Charleston South Carolina. so you know you would you would watch the weather I was I was glued to the weather channel all weekend and you would see people. walking behind a meteorologist sorry. I don't want to laugh at all because you know what people were doing they were trying to recreate those videos that are online have you guys seen those videos where you have. meteorologist reporters that are trying to look like they're holding on. and you know to find the winds and trying to you know hold their balance and they're screaming in the wind and then you see people walk behind them with an ice cream cone and wave like high. I right or you know I think there was one reporter that tried to claim this weekend that bodes in Florida were already push the shore by the storm. add their all these things being pushed on to the beach and you actually saw the votes are all tied up neatly and it was nice people walking by and you know even in you know smile and things like that and so clearly there's a lot of like you know whether reporting gone wrong people in a boat there's one I forget was one of those Kitty current but somebody was in a boat looking like she had to paddle around and then somebody walked right by her. in a single deep water. it all and then so it you know we know that you know the weather channel these meteorologist they have a job to do and storms are life threatening and they need to get people out and so they're not gonna show a person in a nice dry area tell everybody it's scary they're going to kind of show you know what they need pictorials because some people they just don't evacuate they just leave. Floridians a lot of them did not evacuate them they you know they were waiting for the hurricane advisory to blows my mind that the same age we could be that accurate I mean we were actually it was I was like I don't see how it's going to head towards Florida's commit towards Florida. so you don't think that it didn't hit Florida unfortunately you have that whole coast. that could get hit you know there's an argument that averages one across Florida in a day. we would cause less damage then riding up the coast to Jacksonville Charleston Wilmington Hatteras so the you know so you know we think it's going to be hitting and not really leaving are closed until Sunday heading areas near main and etcetera and at it's a battle on this was bad five people dead so far we're gonna be unfortunately hearing more as the crews are able to get into the Bahamas fully understand the devastation was just enormous this week as NASA but the nation week a lot of people in the Bahamas and Florida you know can't donate blood the Carolinas etcetera because a worried about the the storm and and blood shortages are expected that to happen especially after the bad summer NASA but the nation because the first week of September and as for governors from across United States United to you know help
Hurricane Dorian has weakened to a Category 2 storm with maximum sustained winds near 110 mph (175 kph).
"Hurricane Dorian is a category two storm has weakened as it has grown a larger it is very very large and kind of spreading out and weakening on interactive radar as it finally begins moving northwest off Florida's coast after devastating the Bahamas for two days still has sustained winds of one hundred ten miles per hour still a very dangerous storm storm although it has moved further east which is great news for all of us located about a hundred and five miles east of fort Pierce about sixty five miles north of Freeport as its on my wall finally it moves away from the grand Bahama island they were pounded with category five storm wind and rain category five wins for two days a lot of devastation bear in the
Tracking the latest storm path for Hurricane Dorian
"John hurricane Dorian remains a dangerous threat to the southeast coast over the next few days more than a half a foot of rain is possible from northeastern Florida up into the Carolinas Bloomberg meteorologist rob Caroline has more on the category three storm Michael during this but sitting just north of grand Bahama island throughout the night home allowing the island with its southern I wall it's located about thirty miles north northeast of Freeport on grand Bahama island and it's not moving out today it should start to slowly drift west were towards the north northwest and the speed will gradually increases it turns more to the north tomorrow the path is forecast keep the strongest winds just east of the Florida peninsula but the storm will have to watch very very carefully over the course of the next several days Michael rob thank you very much Sir at least five people have died from Dorian in the
Dorian Slams into Bahamas and Menaces Florida
"We begin with the breaking news. This hour hurricane dorian the massive deadly storm is now lashing the florida coast powerful winds whipping onshore conditions are getting worse with each passing hour and it is going to be hours upon hours and hours. This is from moments ago from melbourne beach. Florida mandatory evacuations are underway there. Let's show you the storm from the international space station a stunning picture three hundred miles wide right now winds up to one hundred and forty five miles an our the picture of the storms. I just tweeted by u._s. Astronaut onboard the space station so that is the i of dorian seen from space as that storm is essentially sleet stationary moving so slowly ravaging the bahamas which it has been doing us since it came ashore there as a category five storm thirty hours ago it it is the most powerful storm in known history to hit the bahamas decimating the islands. Thousands of homes and businesses are now gone. An entire island is without power tonight. It is way too early to have any sense of the death toll and to give you an idea of just how high the storm surge was what the united states could be looking. Eh you can see waves nearly reaching the second story of home. <hes> rescue crews are just starting the grim task of searching for signs of life among the piles of debris and it the scenes like this that has officials in florida pleading with people in evacuation zones. Were still there to get out of a team of reporters standing by from florida to the bahamas tonight. I want to begin with miguel marquez who is out front in vero beach florida gal. What are people eating the evacuation warnings yes and no there's most the people along. The coast here have evacuated along the way but this storm has been so slow. It's creeping so slowly towards us. We've had this same wind for most of the day to day that is south here at vero beach. We're on the barrier islands here. The sea has been quite rough about the same. We've gotten on some bands of wins but as you look north you can see it's sort of broken up is not quite as much wind and clouds on that end of it so you do. You have some people who are staying sort of coming here to watch see what's happening. Some people coming here to secure their homes before they get out. Most people say they they are. They are going to get out there waiting to see what's happening here. They're watching very closely. What's happening to the bahamas right now and they're all wondering when will make that right word. Turn will head north and if it doesn't if it wobbles toward shore people are concerned about that authorities saying look if you don't get out tonight by a two a._m. Tonight it will really start to come in <hes> in a very big strength here. If you don't get out before those winds hit forty five hours those those bridges to the mainland we'll be closed and you will have to ride it out here on the barrier islands aaron all right miguel marquez. Thank you very much. I wanna go as as miguel pointing. They're indicating getting down south. Just south of miguel stuart florida where brian todd is at this hour so <hes> brian <hes> you know as we understand it. You know it's sort of sitting there as it moves so slowly. What is happening conditions where you are conditions here. Erin are getting worse like they are. Mcgill is look at the storm surge here at this park in stuart stuart florida. The waves have been smacking up against the seawall here all day long. It has been getting worse and if you can see out here looks like a rain band another one of those outer rain bands is about to come in here. You're at seward. It's been like this all day. You'll get an really hasn't let up as far as the wind. The rain has come and gone with the wind has not let up and we are told that the wind is going to get much worse in the next say twelve hours or so here in stewart what also is a concern as you've got the confluence of three large bodies of water that have all been you know had the storm surge been bolstering them <hes> since i guess sunday <hes> where was in the bahamas that storm surge i has been affecting the atlantic ocean over here the indian river lagoon here and the saint louis river right over here. This is a confluence of those three bodies of water all of which have seen the storm surge really get stronger and that makes the flooding here the flooding danger here much worse in addition. We can tell you that right behind us. Here are barrier islands hutchinson island in jupiter island about thirty thousand. The people combined live on those islands. Some of them have gotten out there under mandatory evacuation orders but as you know even under mandatory evacuation they people cannot be forced from their homes. They are concerned though that the people who did not get off these islands are not going to be able to get help once the storm starts. They believe that they're not going to be able to get first responders to them. The bridges are going to be closed. Ridge is going to be too dangerous for first responders to pass over them and they're worried that people here in these barrier islands are going to get cut off for at least a couple of days erin all right brian todd. Thank you very much and let's get the latest now on doors path. Tom sater meteorologist is tracking the storm. So <hes> tom you know is <hes>. You know. You hear people saying well. Let's let's wait. Is it gonna wobble. Is it gonna turn. What is the forecast right now well. We're still hopeful that it's going to start to make that job to the north now and stay offshore but the the door is not closed on that yet the sun is setting and you can see it here in the visual imagery another harrowing night for those in the bahamas about seventy thousand of this northern islands three hundred hundred sixty thousand overall but they're without power communications probably without roofs we've heard of total decimation of homes and the inundation of heavy water and they're going to have a long night tonight it. It is stationary. It's not even moving one mile per hour now. We cover a lot of hurricanes and the c._n._n. Weather center typhoons and super typhoons of the pacific cyclones in the in the indian ocean. I've never seen one put on the brakes like this. Keep its power after traveling aaron. Seventeen hundred miles form barbados through is wobbling a little bit overnight last night. It went through what we call an eye wall replacement cycle. It can't sustain this energy so the eye wall opens up another band and then it contracts syndicates energy back but every time it does that those strong winds extend outward so the storm actually gets broader in its strength you you can see already some rain in the carolinas into florida. We've had some waterspouts. I wouldn't be surprised to see a tornado watch tonight or tomorrow for the eastern half of florida but but even when you get in freeport i mean this is only thirty two miles to the northeast of them. They have been getting a beating but they struck the strongest winds near the i. Maybe just away from them. I'm sure this has changed the coastline in the shape of it right now but what we're watching now of course the warnings have been extended north. Just south of jacksonville now watches her into the carolinas but coming up the second part of this show. I want to talk about the steering currents and what this means every ten fifteen twenty miles is critical. We we need to get that. Turn to the north and i think we may have something that's going to help us out and share it with you in just a little bit all right. Thank you very much. Tom is going to be back with us as we watch this and tom in a few minutes i wanna talk about four pierce one of the city's about to feel the impact a door and when you talk about these wide bands tom linda hudson you see her there the mayor of fort pierce here's joins me now. Live maher. I appreciate your time <hes> obviously the storm dangerously close to florida and so enormous that you have these impacts but so slow that you have some people saying well. I just wanna get a better sense of things. What is your biggest concern right now. Mayor i am concerned that people will not take it seriously we still even though it looks better for us. It's still going to be a serious effect on this area. The winds are going to be high and the storm surge is going to be high and we're concerned about flooding so and we're also wanting people to stay in their homes and not leave their homes until all the all clear so you know obviously you're going to have hurricane-force winds as you as you talk about the storm surge itself could be it could be incredibly deadly <hes>. Are you prepared right right now. Yes we are prepared and i will tell you that we've had lots of time to prepare. How many days have we had to prepare pair. So we feel really good about what we done and <hes> we're experienced at this and i know you can't prepare for every eventuality -ality but <hes> we have a great team that has had experience with matthew and experience with irma and we coordinate well within this county and and we've done the best we can with what we have and we're we're prepared so when darrow people you know who have not evacuated and we are you you know across florida where they're gonna be. Bridges are going to be closing down right. People are going to be stock and they could be stuck for days and if the storm <hes> you know you have a stationary storm like what's happening the bahamas it could be incredibly incredibly deadly <hes> for a loss of life. What is your message to people who have not yet heeded evacuation warnings so they shelter in place ace. They've made that choice and most of them should know the dangers. The dangerous are <hes> when the winds get above forty five miles per hour first responders cannot come and rescue them and so that message is always clear and <hes> we have seven hundred people in shelters right now who heated that message and in a vacuum but couldn't leave but a lot of people left a lot of people left friday saturday and sunday so <hes> the ones that are sheltering in place they know the risk a- and <hes> we're we're all in this together all right. Thank you very much more
Hurricane Dorian Batters Bahamas as ‘Catastrophic’ Storm
"Hurricane Dorian is grinding down hearted focusing its fear is it continues to batter the Bahamas at eight PM eastern time tonight the storm center was just about twenty five miles northeast of Freeport grand Bahama island is barely but from that position all day and as with all hurricanes when they stay in the same position for quite some time that normally means heavy rains and a greater risk
"freeport" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"From near freeport to the pumps near Tracy and never going to go in depth on this next story. Give you there. Some controversy brewing in the city of Sacramento over how to spend the new tax revenue from measure, you that was a voter approved increase in sales tax. If you remember measure, you extended an existing half sense ails tax hike that was due to expire. And it also added another half censeo tax with that money earmarked for a specific purpose of sacrament. Led a campaign to invest the second half said in economic equity and job creation, affordable housing and young people. I'm fighting hard to ensure that we follow through on our promises that is of course, Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg who acknowledges that there is a great temptation to use some of that measure you money on other city needs look at the five year budget projection for the city is city is going to go almost forty million dollars in obligations or our public pitches, which we intend to uphold by the way. I'm just saying we have to find another way to pay for that other than us this money that was promised neighborhoods academic development of job growth and for young people. Well, the city manager and some members of the city council have discussed using some of that second half cent a measure you money for other needs the mayor disagrees. But he thinks the debate. It's a healthy one. Anything wrong with creative tension. I think it's healthy as it helps move this city is a right direction. And yes, I know we're going to wait a good place that this is very positive to be for Sacremento. We promise the voters that we would invest is money in building Sacramento in -clusive way, in a way that goes test space you have to follow. Uh-huh. So some of the areas that people are talking about using the measure you money for other purposes is there's growing pension dead for Sacramento city employees, and that's one area that some people have talked about using some of those tax dollars city of Sacramento Sacramento's, planning to hold public hearings over the next several weeks to discuss the measure, you issue Steinberg says he thinks investing in neighborhoods in job creation will help grow the tax base and provide more revenue in the long run. Well, it's five twenty now at news ninety three point one K, traffic.
"freeport" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Least freeport Parkway. I'm Joyce Nielsen. Your next report at six fifty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen. Joyce. Thank you so much. It is now six fifty it is also April first. So let's check in with chief meteorologist Dan burnoff under forecast for today. Good morning everyone. No fool that all these temperatures very cool for this time of the year, low fifties is where we should be at this hour and a lot of us are still in the thirties. Temperatures are going to be warming up though this week you're like the forecast especially in the Wednesday and Thursday as we get close to eighty by the end of the week, but you'll need your jacket this morning. Also, there's a strong disturbance racing through the area here. Mid to late morning precipitation is showing up on radar to our west and south. But haven't seen any of this reaching the ground or just so dry at the surface? Just keep us. Cool little longer this morning, but we will warm up close to sixty especially in western counties as clouds roll out of your later today wins returned from the south tonight. Still cool though, clear thirty five to forty to seasonable for tomorrow, low seventies a beautiful day and then a few showers moving into the area Wednesday afternoon. Not a big deal, maybe a rumble of thunder Wednesday night into Thursday morning, still near seventy Wednesday. But how about eighty for Thursday that'll feel nice not nice out now, chilly, forty two in south Dallas, clouds and forty three here at KRLD top news stories throughout the day and breaking news when it happens. Depend on NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD. Chris rock is in holding back when he comes to Jesse smell add the comedian took the stage at the two thousand nineteen.
"freeport" Discussed on KTRH
"Expanding. The freeport police department announcing their newest member on Facebook saying she took an oath today to continue fighting the bad guys until she is cancer free. That's FOX's currently shimkent. Trucks remain the favorites. Target of car thieves in Houston. HPD's says over two hundred Chevy trucks and other one hundred twenty four trucks were stolen within the city last month. KTAR time one zero four Iran unveils a new weapon in its military arsenal. And the display prompted a quick reaction from us. Iran's revolutionary guard unveiled new ballistic missile Thursday said to of a range of one thousand kilometers enough to reach western Israel and western military bases in the region. The announcement comes on the heels of the test of a cruise missile by Iran, while the country was quick to say those weapons are merely for defense. US officials are saying they will remain relentless in efforts to pressure Iran to deterrence. Missile program NBC's bills. Infor US special envoy to North Korea is back in Seoul. After three days of talks in Pyongyang as preparations continue for a followup summit to last year. Singapore's summit between President Trump and the North Korean dictator. The new meeting will be held on February twenty seven and twenty eight in Vietnam. The hope is something more substantive will come out of this session one possible. Concession now being talked about front North Korea. Limits their outright dismantlement up young growing arsenal of intercontinental ballistic missiles, those capable of hitting the United States with nuclear warheads secretary's day Manteo talks about efforts to decrease the risks for the American people. In fact, today is the anniversary of the founding of the North Korean army on this day last year in Pyongyang Korea was still flexing its muscles rolling out the latest long range missiles and keeping with the diplomatic mode of the time smoke low key this year. There was no military parade. Greg palkot, Fox News. The Dow is down one seventy four the.
"freeport" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Think we'll see it continue in various ways. And and perhaps even get worse. He spoke to us by Skype. CBS news special report. I'm Tom Foty w CBS news time is ten thirty two Nassau County. Police have arrested a man in last week's rape of a woman in freeport WCBS. Reporter MAC Rosenberg is following the story. This is one of the most brutal rapes that I have ever seen. That's district attorney Madeline Singa says her office will work to make sure Twenty-four-year-old ever Martinez. Raise serves a sentence of twenty five years in prison. If he's convicted on September twenty eighth police say he followed a thirty six year old woman for some time before attacking her on the front lawn of a home in freeport, he followed her until he felt comfortable enough to assaulter when he assaulted a knocked her out he then proceeded to ray-ban. She woke up he knocked her out again this usually get continuing to assaulter. Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder says Martinez Reya Scott away and was on the run from authorities until they got a tip saying the suspect was planning to flee the country to his native El Salvador was arrested Friday and charged with two counts each of first degree, rape and sexual abuse. Martinez race has already fled the country before but he came back in two thousand fourteen with no documentation and started work as a landscaper. He has no priors is no gang affiliation. At this time that we're aware of and this is ongoing at tip from the public even more important in catching the suspect. The victim is recovering Nassau County. Police headquarters MAC, Rosenberg WCBS NewsRadio. Eighty in the wake of the cavenaugh. Hearing calls to Bergen county sexual abuse hotline have increased by over five hundred percent, Peter Haskell has more from Hackensack. This is a tricky time for advocates have sex assault victims, and otherwise unknown woman is accusing a possible supreme court Justice. And that's where the. The issue's profile Patricia having a heart aheads, the New Jersey coalition.
"freeport" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Wins in freeport there is a bipartisan effort in congress to ease the federal ban on marijuana the federal ban is at odds with the more than two dozen states which have legalized marijuana in some form right now the talk in dc is about ensuring that states have the right to determine the best approach to marijuana within their borders president trump says he is looking at it and is inclined to support it lenny dykstra fires back he was arrested last month in linden new jersey and today he told his side of the story dykstra sported is mets cap and sunglasses and gave his version of events in a confrontation with an uber driver i call nine one one and i was screaming that this man is crazy kidnapped me he's kidnapped me but it was dykstra who was arrested last month charged with making threats demanding that the driver take him to staten island but attorney matthew blit says he does not own a gun lenny does not have a gun there was no gun on lenny dykstra had a cell phone in his hand juliet papa ten wins on the upper east side an update on the pizza delivery guy who was detained by ice and faces deportation as soon as monday his lawyers have filed a motion for a stay he has no criminal record and american wife and children and the supportive activists in several elected officials including governor cuomo but pablo censio could still be deported as soon as monday he enforcement mechanism that was applied and pablos case is inhumane unjustified able and should shock the conscience attorney jennifer williams filed an emergency stay of removal on his behalf and city councilman carlos men chagas said he'd like to see the governor's support extend to drivers licenses for undocumented workers should they go they can be safe he says there are still a lot of questions about what happened in brooklyn sonia rincon ten ten wins in lower manhattan komo's asking for a federal investigation into the conduct of immigration officials in this case wins news time ten twenty five turn he check out the unrivaled iphone ten i can unlock it play fakes they call base i d do you have to make that face when market no but.
"freeport" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"In freeport and other news new jersey senator bob menendez and cory booker joined thirty of senate democrats now to introduce a bill that would prevent the department of homeland security from separating the children of immigrants from their parents us attorney general jeff sessions has defended the policy saying parents who don't want to be separated from their kids and tried to enter the us illegally he also gives his assurance that the children are being well cared for and then the fight continues meantime against the potential deportation of the man who was detained while making a pizza delivery at the army base in brooklyn the other day he has no criminal record and american wife and children and the supportive activists and several elected officials including governor cuomo pablo censio could still be deported as soon as monday the enforcement mechanism that was applied in pablo case is inhumane on justifiable and two shocks the conscience attorney jennifer williams filed an emergency stay of removal on his behalf and city councilman carlos men chagas said he'd like to see the governor's support extend to drivers licenses for undocumented workers they go hamilton can be safe hey says there are still a lot of questions about what happened in brooklyn sonia rincon ten ten wins in lower manhattan wins news time five twenty five empire blue cross who shortchanging southnassau hospital in threatening your access to non emergency care as of july first the profiteering insurance giant pays southnassau as much as forty percent less than what they pay other nassau county hospitals for the same procedures anthem blue cross may three point four billion in profits last year while local nonprofit hospitals struggled to break even till you're elected officials you want them to confront blue cross who think forty percent less is good medicine paid for by south nassau communities hospitals kickoff someone with big deals this week only at dick's sporting goods get.
"freeport" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Well and obviously you saw the hardened stuff right like the foul hunting he just doesn't get the calls as much and he should've got there's at least two that he should have gotten even i admit that i detest the foul hunting but there's at least two that he probably should've gotten like freeport the three point shot that he hit and it should have been a four point play that one and that's one of the rip through i know it's a shooting motion that one would that was at least close to me there were i don't get that rule i don't get it and i also don't get the kicking rule that like sometimes when the defender kicks out like in the last the the boston cleveland series they called one against marcus morris when he clearly was not kicking his legs i call offense afoul and then the next game they called one on the defense when i thought jaylen brown i believe it was clearly with kicking his leg out because apparently according to steve v referee propagandists said oh they made contact at the hip a wack rule i don't understand it it's like to me it's like the it's basketball's version of the nfl will which is a much bigger issue and i'll say i'll say the bad calls against houston were much more noticeable ones and part of that right part of that's the crowd going crazy and you're getting the replays of them more it seemed right like.
"freeport" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Valley some of these other names huge upside call dying and freeport is that it'll stay macro here because chambliss go back to your point with guy dummy which is the fate a lotta people forget this is the jackson hole wheat which by the way is the biggest meeting of the year of central bank officials if he just jacks and all you think it'll people going skiing or trout fishing doing the ladder but they're also talking about fed policy mario draghi always keeping his speech on wednesday is this the next catalyst jackson hole tim has said for quite some time probably correctly that people are underestimating the importance of the federal reserve in the back half of this year i happen to agree with them have no idea what they're going to do but you have to believe that they will continue to assuage the markets of fears that they're going to get to tighten quicker than people want them do i'm not sure but i think if you're looking for something that could derail this comes in the form of central bank specifically are fed you think that's the biggest risk personally do yes i tabled biggest risk may be only because that's all that's in front of first right now right i mean little bit of the politics side and the other side is whatever the feds gonna be doing i mean you look at these big spikes and volatility silly we've had three this year we've had four since the president was elected the night of the the next day when he was elected we got 22 had these big spikes we had one in february then you go back and you start your actually april may and now again in august volatility is back but it sustainability is not their look i love you you're smart and your bigger than i am but you're wrong is that right yeah your big notice how i ca couched getting it will not be how can that be the lingering correct on that how how how can that thing the how can that be the only thing ahead of us who got war games in north korea pete we've got happening abed on i know.
"freeport" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"I grew up in freeport louisiana the nfu said in in democrats gert in all democrats bad in our republican good you know republicans bad and i think that that that was who probably fifty years ago practical today all right with jeff just one quick question for you i mean can you envisioned under our climate today or return to that sort of philosophy and what john mccain looking to do i dunno i could could what both after the hour mark yokio oh absolutely when you when you when you call somebody uh you know a trader health and buddy you know whatever turned into an ad hominem attack you know i guess i i'm i'm blessed i grew up in an age wherever it like you know you had ideas and you could debate ideas and at the end of the day you would still be friends with people and that's ability you know we we can blame obama and his wife nurse or whatever we can blame ourselves because you know and i you know men and for me i i i know i i defense and keep peikar bought me american revolution and i also have a polish grandmother who will depend on how you translated every time poignant finger at somebody you know you got three point back you hell jeff for your from coopers shooter perspective to four three thirty three thirty three up next burt you're on newsradio kick you'll be glad burt mr mccain has finally come to the realization that the only thing they can take with him is a clear conscience the fact that the whole is exempt from obamacare should tell us all we need to know about the character of our congress wherever that that historically bird that's always the way it's been unfortunately i mean the congresses usually at not included in many of the laws that are pastor bills that our paths that are signed into law from that perspective to four three thirty three thirty three kathy your next on newsradio kick you'll be glad kathy i find.